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  • Esor |
    s sustained share performance and high shareholder returns on AltX garnered the AltX National Business Award in 2008 Since the group debuted o read more Esor is one of South Africa s benchmark civil engineering and construction groups providing specialist construction solutions including developments building housing infrastructure pipelines pipe services and sanitation The group s growth trajectory has been marked by a number of significant milestones which on 25 June 2009 culminated in a strong debut on the JSE Main Board Esor had previously been one of AltX s top performing companies for three years under the name Esor Limited before transferring to the JSE Main Board The group s sustained share performance and high shareholder returns on AltX garnered the AltX National Business Award in 2008 Since the group debuted on the JSE in 2006 it has topped an almost 35 year track record with the group achieving strong organic and acquisitive growth boosting its top line from R100 million to R2 3 billion at year end in February 2013 Two strategic acquisitions in 2008 saw Esor diversify into the civil engineering construction sector expanding its services to include above surface civil engineering and pipeline construction services Esor operates throughout South Africa and its neighbouring countries through the six streamlined core divisions housed under one single legal entity Esor Construction Pty Ltd a wholly owned subsidiary of Esor Limited Developments Building Housing Infrastructure Pipelines Pipe Services Sanitation Boasting the highest possible 9CE and 9GB grading from the Construction Industry Development Board the group is able to tender for construction projects of unlimited size and value The Pipejacking sub division housed in the Pipelines division lies at the heart of Esor s roots and for 35 years has provided innovative solutions to the industry in the trenchless technology realm No

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  • Flagship Projects | Esor
    development on approximately 237 ha of land that will ultimately yield approximately 7900 residential units as well as commercial social educational and medical facilities 7900 residential units 3 schools 5 multi functional community nodes 3 shopping facilities 5 neighbourhood parks 1 hospital Total project value is estimated at R1 5 billion We are currently constructing two pedestrian bridges to the value of R52 million which forms part of the bulk infrastructure of the development Soshanguve Ext 8 Soshanguve Ext 8 is a residential development in Tshwane Esor have acquired the rights to develop Ext 8 in terms of a land availability agreement with the City of Tshwane Metropolitan Municipality for 839 residential stands Total project value excluding top structure opportunities is estimated at R 132 million The Orchards The Orchards is an integrated residential development in Akasia Tshwane and 100 owned by Esor Comprising of 1373 stands 1 business site Private open space 2 x Educational sites and 1373 residential stands Total project value excluding top structure opportunities is estimated at R 225 million Uitvlugt Uitvlugt is an integrated residential development in Three Rivers East near Vereeniging and 100 owned by Esor Comprising of approximately 4200 proposed opportunities of which Ext 1 2242 units is proclaimed and ready to be developed Total project value excluding top structure opportunities is estimated at R 700 million Pipejacking J10 Pipeline This project was awarded to Esor Pipejacking division in March 2013 The project required 21 jackings within a 6 month period The J10 pipeline replacing the outdated J8 pipeline will be 14km long starting at Simon Bekker Rd in Germiston and ending at Reservoir Rd in Boksburg Our scope also includes 1 stormwater canal crossing 2 rail road crossings 1 un utilised railroad cutting and 17 road crossings The project was completed in December 2014 Wonderboom Culvert Jack Progress on the Wonderboom Rooiwal bulk pipeline has advanced considerably with the recent completion of three important underground tunnels Pretoria motorists driving along Steve Biko Drive and Lavender Road over the past three months would have been blissfully unaware that a team far beneath their wheels was digging one of the biggest underground precast culverts in South Africa According to project manager Anton Naude each tunnel is 4 9 metres high and 2 7 metres wide while the tunnel under Lavender Road is 40m in length supported by no fewer than 32 precast concrete structures weighing 11 tonnes each A hydraulic jack was used to push each structure into the tunnel which is wide enough to accommodate two small cars side by side A significant feature of the project was that the pipeline was laid without any disruption of traffic on the city s main arteries he said The pipeline is a key component of Pretoria s 50 year development project and will supply water to Rainbow Junction and other industrial and residential growth areas to the north of the city The R130 million project began in 2013 and is scheduled for completion in 2015 O6 Palmiet Pump Station Palm Ridge Reservoir The O6 project was awarded to Esor in May 2015 with a total of 9 jacks Since May 2015 we have finished three more jacks at Palmiet 06 line These three jacks were handed over to the pipelines crew to push the steel pipe through the concrete sleeves Our Original scope of work was to construct 9 pipe jacks on Portion B but we were awarded an additional pipe jack on Portion A of the project Progress to date on the remaining jacks is 7 91m at J8 9 92m at J13 and 70 118m at J14 This means we still have adequate secured work on this line to keep us busy for the calendar year Typical of the area we encountered a lot of mud and water at Jack 13 where we had to do piling to prevent mud slides and collapses This however did not improve the conditions to prevent the mud slides and collapses The soil was so saturated that the 3m OD concrete pipe just dug into the soggy soil at the bottom and instead of jacking up the pipe went down under its own weight We as Esor had to re design the jack alignment and thinking on our feet it was decided to stop both jacks 13 and 14 than was planned to go under the N3 and Jack 14 under the secondary road The net effect resulted in an additional 20m VO approved additional income and extended time in which to carry out the project In March 2016 we were awarded Jack 8 and right from the start we had difficulties with SANRAL and the Alberton Municipality The jack was too close to the road and inside the SANRAL servitude and they wanted it moved We then suggested 5 meters back and this was on a truck arrest road and the Municipality was not content on breaking up the arrest road in the event that it was needed during construction We then requested for an open cut across the arrest road which was also denied Eventually the jack went from a 53 meter jack to a 91 meter jack to satisfy every body s needs This decision however brought additional problems that was not anticipated at the time The pit and 15 meters of jacking is in backfilled ground conditions With the heavy rains over the past few weeks we encountered numerous collapses in front of our pipe and every time we need to stop and make safe with nails and gunite before we can excavate further The face of the jack is now under the arrest road and we have entered more solid rock and hopefully we will encounter no more collapses The Project s overall completion date is targeted for September 2016 Major Villages Water Supply Distribution network rehabilitation for Mahalapye and Palapye Botswana As we are targeting selected African countries the award to Pipe Services of these 2 projects fits our strategy and

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  • Awards | Esor
    outstanding contribution made towards the program more 2009 South African Institution of Civil Engineers 2009 Award Esor Africa wins the South African Institution of Civil Engineers SAICE 2009 Excellence Award for the Moses Madhiba Stadium Arch foundations Esor Africa wins the SAICE Award for Technical Excellence for work on the Umgeni 61 Pipeline pipejack more 2008 AltX National Business Award Esor wins the AltX National Business Award Criteria included financial performance growth in share price and return on investment Esor wins the Institute on Municipal Engineers of SA IMESA Award in the Structures Buildings Category eThekwini Municipality for the Umhlanga Stormwater Outfall Pier more 2007 SAICE Gold Medal Award Bernie Krone CEO receives the Gold Medal Award Geotechnical Division SAICE This award recognises an individual who has made a significant contribution to furthering the art and science of geotechnical engineering in South Africa Esor as an integral part of the contract team wins the SAICE Pietermaritzburg Branch Award for Technical Excellence for the Mkomaas River Pedestrian Bridge more 2006 SAICE Technical Excellence award Umhlanga Stormwater Outfall Pier Esor wins the SAICE Durban Branch Award for Technical Excellence for the Umhlanga Stormwater Outfall Pier more 2003 SAICE Technical Excellence award Ushaka Marine World Esor as an integral part of the contract team wins the SAICE Durban Branch Award for Technical Excellence for the Ushaka Marine World more 1993 SAICE Technical Excellence award Waterloo Bulk Water Supply Esor as an integral part of the contract team wins the SAICE Durban Branch Award for Excellence in Civil Engineering for the Waterloo Bulk Water Supply more 1991 SAICE Technical Excellence award 638 Essenwood Road Esor wins the SAICE Durban Branch Award for Excellence in Civil Engineering for jacking of the house at 638 Essenwood Road more 1989 SAICE Technical Excellence award Mossgas Project Esor

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  • Directors | Esor
    Intraday Share Interim Results Investor Alerts Presentations Sens Shareholders Diary News Careers Contact Us 1 2 3 4 5 Directors Wessel van Zyl 1967 CEO Non Executive Directors Oswald Ossie Franks 1953 Leading Non Executive Bernie Krone 1953 Non Executive Keneilwe Moloko 1968 Non Executive Heather Sonn 1971 Non Executive Share Price Registered Office Tel 27 11 776 8700 Fax 27 11 822 1158 Physical 30 Activia Road Activia Park

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  • Exco | Esor
    Share Intraday Share Interim Results Investor Alerts Presentations Sens Shareholders Diary News Careers Contact Us 1 2 3 4 5 Exco Directors Wessel van Zyl 1967 CEO Bruce Atkinson 1977 CFO Dave Gibbons 1966 Construction Managing Director Warren van der Vyver 1976 Developments Managing Director and Group Commercial Director Share Price Registered Office Tel 27 11 776 8700 Fax 27 11 822 1158 Physical 30 Activia Road Activia Park Germiston

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  • Group Organogram | Esor
    Relations Annual Reports Annual Results Charters Policies Circulars Corporate Governance End of Day Share Intraday Share Interim Results Investor Alerts Presentations Sens Shareholders Diary News Careers Contact Us 1 2 3 4 5 Group Organogram Share Price Registered Office Tel 27 11 776 8700 Fax 27 11 822 1158 Physical 30 Activia Road Activia Park Germiston Postal P O Box 6478 Dunswart South Africa 1508 E mail Us info esor

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  • History | Esor
    in 2015 the group focusses in two core divisions Esor Construction and Esor Developments Esor Construction has five focus areas Esor Infrastructure Esor Building and Housing Esor Pipelines Esor Sanitation and Esor Pipe Services 2014 Refocus on higher margin operations Reverts to branding Esor Limited comprising the core divisions of Civils Pipelines and Developments 2013 Geotechnical division sold to Keller for R578 million External debt settled in the majority Strengthened financial platform Special dividend paid to shareholders 2011 Several legal entities within the Esorfranki group amalgamated into Esorfranki Construction Pty Ltd a single centralised company with various business units namely Civils Pipelines Goetechnical and Shared Services 2010 Esorfranki achieves R1 9 billion turnover 2009 Esor transfers to JSE Main Board Esor renamed Esorfranki Limited Esorfranki group revenue jumps to R1 4 billion Esorfranki Limited branded 2008 Franki acquires Geo Compaction Dynamics and expands its market share Esor acquires the Patula and Shearwater groups diversifying into civil engineering and pipeline construction Esor wins AltX National Business Award 2007 Esor achieves R1 billion turnover 2006 Esor lists on AltX Esor acquires Franki 2002 Shearwater group established 1998 Management buy out at Franki 1995 Patula group established 1994 Esor Pty Limited established following

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  • Geographical Locations | Esor
    Relations Annual Reports Annual Results Charters Policies Circulars Corporate Governance End of Day Share Intraday Share Interim Results Investor Alerts Presentations Sens Shareholders Diary News Careers Contact Us 1 2 3 4 5 Geographical Locations Share Price Registered Office Tel 27 11 776 8700 Fax 27 11 822 1158 Physical 30 Activia Road Activia Park Germiston Postal P O Box 6478 Dunswart South Africa 1508 E mail Us info esor

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